Thursday, December 1, 2011

14 lb. 7 oz. BABY BOY BORN NATURALLY AND THE MEDICAL MYTH OF "CEPHALOPELVIC DISPROPORTION"




Look at this beautiful 14 lb. 7 oz. baby boy -- born naturally.

What was that they said about baby's heads being too big for their mother's pelvis. NOT!!!


My baby boy was worth the weight
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/world/my-baby-boy-was-worth-the-weight/story-e6frf7lf-1111114162193

"It was a natural birth with quite unnatural results.

With the help of four midwives and some gas, British mother Amanda Ellerton calmly delivered a 6.5kg (14lb 7oz) boy.

As a mother of two other children, she had no idea her newborn would be almost as big as a six-month old.

"The other two were both average weights and I didn't expect Shaune would be any different," she said.

"Once his head appeared I could see the surprise on everyone's faces. It was very painful, but it was all worth it for our big bundle of joy.

"We had bought some baby clothes, but they were no use. (Husband) Robert had to rush out and buy clothes for a six-month old instead."

Robert Nicholson said Shaune took after his grandmother, who weighed 5.9kg (13lb) at birth.

Britain's heaviest newborn weighed 7.1kg (15lb 8oz).

The world's heaviest, surviving baby was born in Italy in 1955. He tipped the scales at 10.25kg (22lb 8oz)."

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